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What is best for knee and hip osteoarthritis?

I am so confused - which of all remedies are best for osteoarthritis in knees and hips (deformed joints) and painful muscles in the legs: Symphytum, Bryonia, Arnica, Ledum, Causticum, Formica rufa, Medorrhinum, Bellis, Ruta grav, Rhus tox and Argentum metallicum? Are any of these regenerating the substances in the joints?

Many thanks for any help.
  gnejs on 2008-06-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
knee and hip osteoarthritis can be treated by atleast 50 medicines in homeopathy. But only ONE of them will work for you.

narrowing down to the correct one has to be done by taking into account

-Any delusions you might have

-Odd mental or emotional symptoms

-Any life event that you can correlate to the start of the problem

- Any odd sensations that you feel

- food cravings and aversions

- your general temperament

-generals like weather/temperature preferences

-what makes the complaints worse or better

--Anything else which differentiates you from others

Homeopathic medicines attempt to cure the person and hence the choice of medicine will have on an individual basis.

There is NO generic medicine for a particular disease in homeopathy.
sameervermani last decade

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